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2and dangerous forms of disease which result when miasmatic and
3dorsum of the tongue must then be depressed by some flat body,
4black, according to the amount of pigment deposited in them. The
5lateral ventricles, and sometimes into the subarachnoid space.
6alous and irregular, and more strange and difficult to describe
7the fold. It has caused the lower part of the fold, with which it
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9early stage, are epithelial, and later, are granular ; or they may be simply
10matters of the brain show an increase in the insane compared with
11" No such case," he says, " can be treated safely without its ad-
12mary disease, yet is not uncommon as a consequence of dilatation
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14contact infection accounts for the peculiar tendency to chronicity
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18the prominent symptoms relate to difficulty in the assimilation of
19c d, bearing a gnomon or indicator, d. To the end of this slide is at-
20long before any dropsical symptoms point to the existence of renal
21cers tend to infiltrate and involve neighboring textures ; the gum-
22Colloid, Colloid Cancer, or Alveolar Cancer, Definition of, . . . . 207
23Laennec, and of whom 12 died. Xeither have other physicians in
244. Paralysis and Anaesthesia, los- 4. Spasms, convulsions, pain, and
25cases, where there has not been loss of consciousness, or where it
26tion which attends tonsillitis is usually out of all proportion to the
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28direct proportion to the obstruction of the tubes.]
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30dissolved in 200 c. c. of distilled water; (2.) In another vessel, 173
31ways as regards the vessels, the tubes, and the epithelium. When the
32Relation to Renal Disease," in his late work On Albuminuria.']
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35is secreted, and eructated from the stomach. Another perversion of
36colors on the map (green and brown) indicate Humboldt's mean
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38Spencer Wells, and Fuller have described, depending on the influ-
39with the genesis of pyaemia, and that viscid septic liquids, derived from
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41A. W. Barclay, and Dr. Fuller. In cases of acute rheumatism, peri-
42apply the actual cautery to the wound ; but his pain not being mit-
43changes. The diarrhoea of the depurative [lardaceous] disease depends
44of the lung at a very early period, if the respiration is weak. But
45cases of otitis the abscess formed mostly in an imperceptible man-
46bined with drinking the waters, or is alone employed if they disagree with
47mak, and Benedikt, have for man}^ j-ears insisted upon this pathogeny of
48of duodenal ulcer with tlic increase of lesions of the apjxMidix ;